Abdelhafiz Elobied Mohamed Adam

Abdelhafiz Elobied Mohamed AdamConsultant

Hafiz joined Feinstein in 2010 as a consultant and in 2011 as an employee to support policy analysis, research, coordination and training of the Pastoralism component of the Livelihoods and Environment Program in Sudan which includes ongoing analysis of policies relevant to Pastoralism with Sudan and regionally, with emphasis on food security, livelihoods, climate change, environment, trade, conflict, program strategies and policy directions. After the project ended, Hafiz continues to work with Feinstein regularly as a consultant.

Prior to joining the center, he worked as a Lecturer with the Department of Forestry, College of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies, University of Juba, and as National Coordinator for the Sudan National Discourse Forum where he implemented program activities and project management tools to ensure visibility of project activities, coordinated national and regional workshops, and facilitated research studies. Hafiz holds a MSc in Forest Protection from the University of Khartoum.

Feinstein Publications

Risk, Resilience, and Pastoralist Mobility

This report investigates the practice of pastoralism in Sudan. The authors delineate migration patterns and rationales as well as market strategies, and also offer recommendations for policymakers and service providers interacting with any community that includes pastoralists.

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Briefing Paper: Pastoralism in Practice (Arabic)

This is an Arabic translation of an existing publication. The full report is available (in English) here. Click here to read this briefing paper in English.

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Pastoralism in Practice: Monitoring Livestock Mobility in Contemporary Sudan

This report highlights the importance of pastoralist livestock mobility for the resilience of pastoralist livelihood systems and for maximising productivity. Tufts and partners monitored camel, sheep and cattle herds for…

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Briefing Paper: Pastoralism in Practice: Monitoring Livestock Mobility in Contemporary Sudan

This is the fourth in a series of Policy Briefing Papers which form part of the Environment and Livelihoods component of the UNEP Sudan Integrated Environment Programme, funded by UKAid…

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Livestock, Livelihoods, and Disaster Response: PART TWO Three Case Studies of Livestock Emergency Programmes in Sudan, and Lessons Learned

Tufts University and the Feinstein International Center are pleased to announce the publication of a two part review of emergency livestock interventions in Sudan. Livestock production is a crucial livelihood…

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Accountability and Reconciliation in Northern Uganda

By Khristopher Carlson and Dyan Mazurana. 2010. Sharanjeet Parmar, Mindy Jane Roseman, Saudamini Siegrist, and Theo Sowa (eds.) Children and Transitional Justice: Truth-Telling, Accountability and Reconciliation. Harvard University Press.

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Feinstein Research Projects

Promoting Evidence and Learning on Pastoralism for Peace Building

This project investigates the practice of pastoralism in Sudan, offering recommendations for policymakers and service providers interacting with communities that include pastoralists.

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Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters

Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED), is a £140m project designed to improve the resilience of the most poor to climate extremes and shocks.

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Pastoralism and Pastoralist Livelihoods in Sudan

This project aims to promote understanding of pastoralists’ livelihoods systems among local, national, and international stakeholders and to strengthen the capacity of pastoralist leaders, organizations, and other advocates to articulate the rationale for pastoralism.

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Formal Justice and Accountability for People in Northern Uganda
By Abdelhafiz Elobied Mohamed Adam | September 2013

The purpose of this work is to provide real-time documentation and analysis of justice and accountability mechanisms in Uganda, and to investigate the links between these mechanisms and people’s perceptions and experiences of accountability and reconciliation in northern Uganda.

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